A sluggish first half had the Eagles pushing hard to create a 36 point final lead against Wesleyan College on Tuesday moving them to 15-3.
Thursday night the Eagles were not as fortunate, as they ended 53-71 against the Southeastern Fire, whom they had beaten the previous week.
The Eagles did not stay down long, however, as they were back at work at home against Piedmont International University Saturday. Nicole Collins, just shy of a new career high, had a huge second half ending the game with 46 points. The Eagles came away with a big regional win with a final score of 80-48.
Be sure to catch the Lady Eagles back in action Tuesday, January 28th at 6:00p.m. as they take on Robert Morris University!